Structural Suggestions

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Hi Team,

First of all, let me thank all of you for a wonderful work done on teh modules. WHile i am not a computer intruction expert, i look foward to activly promoting the use of CCNC as a standered accros my area of work/influence. A few suggestions at this stage:

  • Sections Vs Chapters

Some pages refers to sections while others refer to the same content as chapters. Which do we want to use? If there is consensus on this, i can take on the function of re-alligning all of these.

  • Titles

I beleive we can now use the appropriate Module Names in the MyTitle syntax to clean up most of the pages.

  • Navigation.

While there is easy navigation within the main pages of Modules, sections/chapters lack clear/easy navigation templates. Perhaps we can work on these?

Just my few cents to generate discussions towards a consunsus.

--Victor P. K. Mensah 16:10, 6 February 2009 (UTC)

Victor.mensah (talk)05:10, 7 February 2009


I'm new to the project, but I'll go ahead and add my few cents to yours.

  • Sections vs. Chapters -- There is a note on the Re-structure of template page saying that sections and subsections won't be used in the final versions:

"! Note that in the final piece we will not use the wording 'section, sub-section etc'."

I think the idea is to use the layout of the headings to define section and subsection, with out labeling the different parts as sections, chapters, subsections or the like. This is how the Wikieducator Tutorials work. I think the content benefits from this method.

  • Titles -- I totally agree that we should go ahead to clean up the tiles with the MyTitle syntax.
  • Navigation -- It seems like Anil has been working on adding navigation tools at the top of every page, but not all of the pages have it yet. I'd also like to recommend adding the PrevNext buttons at the bottom of every page (so users don't need to go back to the top to move on or back).

Looking forward to helping out with this project, Alison

ASnieckus (talk)15:03, 20 March 2009

Many thnaks Allison for this.

Awaiting more comments and suggestions from members.


Victor.mensah (talk)23:26, 12 May 2009